Today in Movie Culture: Fathers in Movies, ‘Jurassic World’ Meets

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Supercut of the Day:

Fandor pays tribute to film fathers, including characters from The Incredibles, The Sound of Music, There Will Be Blood, The Tree of Life and of course Star Wars, in this lengthy video:

Trailer Mix of the Day:

Jurassic World would have been a lot better with more cartoon babies. Here’s the Jurassic Park sequel mashed with Rugrats in Paris (via The Trailer Mash):

Movie Parody of the Day:

Technically this video doesn’t seem to have any tie to Jurassic World, but a sequel where dinosaurs are pets has been proposed so here’s what that might look like (via World Wide Interweb):

Vintage Image of the Day:

Gena Rowlands turns 85 today, so here’s a picture of her during the making of 1974’s A Woman Under the Influence:

Celebrity Prank of the Day:

Bill Hader dressed up as a firefighter and spoke to high school students as part of a Make-A-Wish kid’s request: 

Filmmaker Fandom of the Day:

Designer Federico Babina has created architectural wonders inspired by the works of all the best filmmakers, such as the one below based on the Coen Brothers (who themselves are experts at pastiche). See 26 more prints, including designs inspired by David Lynch, Federico Fellini, Lars von Trier, George Lucas, Wes Anderson, Aki Kaurismaki and many more at Juxtapoz Magazine.

Fan Art of the Day:

We’re still celebrating the 30th anniversary of Studio Ghibli this week, so here’s a portrait of Hayao Miyazaki with all his memorabe characters — including one floating in his snot (via Filmmaker IQ):

Video Essay of the Day:

Here’s even more celebration of Studio Ghibli, with an essay on the heroines of Hayao Miyazaki’s animated films by Leigh Singer for Press Play:

Cosplay of the Day:

This adorable t-ball team is named “Freeze,” so they all dressed up as Elsa from Frozen for their group photo (via Fashionably Geek):

Vintage Trailer of the Day:

Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of the release of Jaws, marking the beginning of the era of the summer blockbuster. Watch the original trailer that started the frenzy below.

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